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Board Members

Norbert Calnin – President

Susan Calnin - Vice President

Michael Cosgrove – Treasurer

Michael Cosgrove – Secretary

Andrew Sharp

Bob Frank

Ken Nitka

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Our Partners



John Tappan founded Ameriprise Financial in 1894 with a singular vision, to help ordinary Americans achieve their financial dreams and feel confident about their futures. Through downturns, recessions, booms, the Great Depression and the recent Great Recession, Ameriprise has honored every financial obligation to their clients and have never taken a bailout. Over the years, they’ve helped millions of people invest billions of dollars for what’s important to them. Today, they are America’s largest financial planning company and a leading global financial institution, with more than $650 billion in assets under management and administration.  Every day – true to Tappan’s vision — their 10,000 financial advisors work with clients one-to-one, to help put their dreams and goals more within reach.

Contact your local Ameriprise Agent – located on the upper floor (Suite 301) of the Richland Center Auditorium.


WRCO is proud to be a locally owned station whose priorities are its city of license and the people who live in the area. The programming is designed to meet the wide range of listeners who tune in each day.  WRCO AM & FM Radio are licensed to Fruit Broadcasting, LLC in Richland Center. Ron and Beth Fruit have owned the station since 1994. WRCO first signed on in 1949. There have been only four owners since. It’s a strong statement about WRCO’s community ties and commitment.


The Richland Center Auditorium is the home base for Community Players of Southwest Wisconsin.  Since 2000, the organization has been staging stunning musical productions both at the Richland Center High School Auditorium and at the City Auditorium.  For information on the latest shows, visit their website.




Service animals are welcome.

The City Auditorium has a handicap-accessible ramp on the north side of the building. At this time there are no handicap-accessible bathrooms on the main level of the auditorium.  We apologize for any convenience and installation of appropriate bathrooms is on our list of restorations projects.  For more information, visit our Restoration page.

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